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From Fancyclopedia 2 ca 1959
(1) Maine Amateur Press Association, a proposed fan publishing group (Ed Cox, Russ Woodman, Norm Stanley and Philip Gray) which never came into existence but whose imprimatur was used by Ed on some of his fmz. Usually the word is met as uncapitalized

(2) mapa, which is as much as to say mundane APA.

(3) The Midwest APA[edit]

See Midwest APA.

Publication Reasonator ????
This is a publication page. Please extend it by adding information about when and by whom it was published, how many issues it has had, (including adding a partial or complete checklist), its contents (including perhaps a ToC listing), its size and repro method, regular columnists, its impact on fandom, or by adding scans or links to scans. See Standards for Publications.